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Clinical Priorities

From previous discussion with GP practices, reviews of public health data and engagement with partners and providers, there are eight clinical priorities in our area: 

  1. To promote self care 
  2. To ensure high quality local services
  3. To improve the health of those most in need
  4. To improve health and educational attainment for children and young people
  5. To improve access to mental health services
  6. To improve outcomes for patients with diabetes to above national averages
  7. To improve care for frail elderly individuals
  8. To allow patients to die with dignity and compassion and to choose their place of death

To deliver all of our clinical priorities listed above we have implemented our QIPP Plan, read our QIPP Plan in full or QIPP Summary to find out more.

What is QIPP?

Working across our GP practices, the mental health trust, community service and Suffolk County Council, we have a plan to make financial savings while maintaining quality of care and services. This is called QIPP in the NHS, which stands for Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention.

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